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    t2008
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    I am just wondering if anyone else has gone through a defacto breakup? I had to move out suddenly because my son who has Autism & my ex partner clashed. I was committed & he was not.

    I have been diagnosed with grief depression & my self esteem has taken a very hard hit. This was the first relationship after my Divorce. He said he could support me, cope with my son, help me but the exact opposite happened.

    I had to move out very quickly & now feel extremely unworthy & depression has kicked in.

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    vmpercy
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    T2008, first off, I’m truly sorry you’re going through this difficult time. Breakups are hard in themselves, and when it’s intertwined with commitments, trust, and your son’s well-being, it becomes even more complex and painful. It seems from your words that you had hope and trust in the relationship, and the abrupt end has left you feeling shaken. Your dedication to your son and the steps you took for his well-being highlight a strength that’s genuinely admirable.

    It’s okay to feel hurt, especially when things don’t pan out as we hoped or expected. It’s a tough journey you’re on, but you’re not alone in it. This community is here for support, understanding, and solidarity. Please lean on us, and share when you need to. I’ve also attached an article you might find useful:

    Relationship Loss

    #26191
    t2008
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    I am unsure how to reply to you. I really want to connect with people but can not figure out this forum!

    #26213
    vmpercy
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    Navigating online forums and expressing feelings during tough times can be quite overwhelming. You’re making a brave step in reaching out for connection and understanding. We’re here to help and guide you through.

    If you’re having technical issues, let us know. I can help explain how to use the forum. Alternatively, you’re always free to give us a call on our helpline if you prefer to talk rather than type. On the emotional front, remember, it’s okay to take small steps. Sharing what you’ve shared already is a big leap forward. We’re listening, and we’re here for you.

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